Adam Jackson

Age: 14
Country: United Kingdom/Poland

Adam began his piano studies at age seven under the tutelage of Benita Meshulam. In 2012, Adam became one of the youngest Hoff-Barthelson Music School students to be placed in the Honors Program. He has participated in master classes with David Dubal, Ilana Vered, and Alan Weiss. Adam made his orchestral debut at the age of ten as the winner of the Symphony of Westchester Concerto Competition. Then at the age of 11, Adam won the Under 16 category at the National Eisteddfod of Wales, and appeared live on British national television. In the last year, Adam was awarded first prize in the Young Musician of the Year competition at the Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod in Wales, second prize in the Concerto Competition “Theodor Leschetizky” in New York, and third prize in the Kaufman International Youth Piano Competition in New York. He also won the Gifted Youth award at the Leschetizky Association and performed five solo recitals across the Tri-State area as part of the Drozdoff Society’s “Impromptu!” prodigy series, as well as a solo recital in the Young Artist’s Showcase at the Fishguard International Music Festival, UK. Adam is a student at the Special Music School in New York and currently studies privately with Ms. Orli Shaham.

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